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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TITESDAY. APRIL Ifi. IMS THE LETHBRroCE DAFLY HERALD PAGE mm GERMANS FAIL ATIEMPTSON nilh fhn RrltlRb Army April IS. BalU'-iil. olKht nn(4 Tiillpn afit iif Il�z'nlnir wlmn �hf! c L�T�>vmtl�orK HldRp nii'�t cif the lown An a nvHull tho nritiiih piiltpil thPir i linen l�RcK northwnrrt .^omnwhat to l>osltli>nn riinnttiK oaxt nnd wf>Kt n ll(tt(> abovn Ba>11i''il unit l.nrpvnKt- Attampt at Haaabrouck FlKlifliiR 1.1 rontlniiliiK In this necl or �(th tho Ofyiian.m trying to pu^h woHtwiird to the rnllwtiy rniitre of }lnr.i!)iro\ic)(. a whole Hhonld lie h)>I08lllonn where they ^ pronnen II, your uiiderntandlnn H no "M- � r ii different from mino that for aafety AtttmiHa Fall ' nake, I tnu�t remind you tlmt there eiieiny alto �el�ed I Ahoiit the time the (lennann Huigert ; ^.^.^^ y heavy Mlnenwerfer prepa/aiionn. �>ne Httacic waa driven back by artII lory fire, before the opiKinliig Infantry came to clone nuarten, but tlio other I iiiaterlaliied. I The Oermann hurled themnelves The loan of Oallleul wa.s not unex-1 ��f'h" ^J!'""?, """.'"w''' ,,e,trd for Its ntniteKlral value roubl |'f'^f'V,"^and the af-.m.l comnennate for the liven it would i "-""P" /^'f* forced to tail h- fme of th." " lh�' Oerniuns rlpenlnn. whh h. In all likelihood .....----- , , would liavo rendered U neoegHnry for luthweat of Balllenl junl opponlte , ^p,^p nooner or Inter from the not coinpenna �OHt to retain It in tirribb- (malauchtn ''*The attack In the Hallleul neotor had been boiling all day and had been vouM be able to brluR to liear aRaluKt I expected to hreak at any moment 11. .j.I The tJermanH rontlnucd to potir north- l.iiRt nlRht's attirU wan preceded Dy .^^.p,,^.,rrt aloliR the roadH leadinR n \rr\- lieiivy boniliiirdni' nt o' the t.cr- Katalren and again the British post Wiilch I had under .voii. I aill not now even net up or rely on them. .\part from tliem, however. I abno-lulcly must iiienlion li) you one lerl-oiiH caune for dlnsatlnfarllon nnd that wa� the nonpayment of certain mein-hern of the nlalf. An you know, one meinher of th* maff ban served for hIx monlhn but haa not been paid a dollar. "Another ban served flirte nionthn and In not yet iiaid. Another liiin served over two nionths but not paid. One of llio.s� mentioned, a lady. I was by reanon of her dlHtrtinn compelled (ay out of jiiy own funds, con-cenllnK the fact that the funds were mine. I do renpectfully protest that WEDNESDAY GROCERY SPECIALS Finaat Excelsior Dates, new arrival, pkt. Wednesday........................... Chick Food. Dr. Rusk's, 4 lbs. Wadnesday ....................... Large Tins Fresh Herrinqs. per tin Wednesday ........... ........ Large Tins Pork and Benns. per tm Wednesday Qeodwillle'a Sealers Red Raspberries, eacii Wednesday ..................... 15c 25c 25c 15c 35c Finest aoasted FVatPt** 'b. Wednesday ................ Old Dutch Cleanser, each Wednesday ................ Co.irse ChicKen Grit. 10 lbs. Wednesday ............... Beit Oyster Shelf. 10 lbs. Wednesday Finest Egyptian Lentils, 2 lbs. Wednesday ................ 30c 10c 25c 25c 35c D�liveriet Hour Phone 313 d feiidint; poplllon� nlonK the front from Mount l)e IJIle hiph rroiind Just south eaitt of Miillleu' to Crucifix tnamy Pretture Brltlnh Headquarters In France, April 16.-(via Keutera Ottawa (Corner, an elevation on the Hallleul | ^^g,pyjj;p,jlo^j,,5 their re-entry of Neuvo BgliHe hlghwiiv about 20O j >^-g,vo Kgllae, the enemy maintained a yards went of the latter place. neaperate ftghtlnK ennued hut the b.nttle-weary ilefenders, dcnpito their rnllant reslatanco were unable to withntand the nliock from overwheltn steadily Increaninic presnuure along the front from Neuve Egllae to Mer-von. Towarda evening under cover of a . tremendous bombardment, his ! Infantry advanced In dense waves. of a day.' Political Influence Continuing. .Mr. OTonnor ntatcH that the friction between himnelf and the mininter wan duo to one person, a young lady at a salary of %'M u year, 'who was placed In the department under, me by you and who It maintains through her father's Influence with you, she Is free of diaci- ^r=^r.;y f;enb .n..;;:;:su;wi;r i;;^v;;i;.h7'=;;;rniy hut were f-edi p..ne^ex�.pt at yw the Hfltlnh lino fell back, but unbrok- 'to yield ground under the overwhelm ' �'""'"' "which In said to loosen any corn so It lifts out with the fingers. Ai'k at &ny pharmacy for a (|uar(-er ounce of frcezone. which will cost very little, but Is said to b�� sufficient -to rid one'H feet of every hard or soft corn or t-ulhis. You apply Just a few drops on the tender, achhiB corn and Inatajil-ly the sorenAan Is relieved, and aoon the corn is so shriveled that It lifts out witliouf pain, h ia a sticky substance which dries when applied and never Inflames or even Irritatea the adjoining tissue. ' This discovery will prevent thousands of deaths annually from lock-, jaw iind infection heretofore resulting from the b\iUidal hnbll of cutting corns.-.\dvertlaemenf. Desperate fighting continued throughout the nlRht, our artillery con-titiually sbnltlng the enemy whose attempt to advance towards the Mcs-slnes Ridge system will certainly be HtreiiuouKly contested. All the enemy gains hitherto have been on the dead levels of Flanders. HIn succens has brought him vary lUtle tactical advantage In proportion to the extent of his losses. , Northwest of the forest of Nleppa a heavy enemy attack has been held up and repulsed. Throughout the day there waa considerable hostile infantry movement along the La Baasee-flt. Aires Road, low flying airplanes inflictinl; heavy casualties with bombs and machine guns. Our new lines anmad Reis du VIn-ace and ala* the Festubert line were furiously shelled at Intenrals, Our [ gunners played havoc wItK two battalions on the march. Heavy Toll Washington. April 18.-The heavy price the Germans are paying for their advanc� on the western front was told in despatches to the state What (he Press Agents Say ^ AT THE OKPIIEUM In the Qualnt set line of lui oWfush-ionM Southern rliiir. )i i.s cninicd a scene of pretty cite, t in William Fox's photodrania. "A Tortured Heart," starring Viijtinia Pearson. The Hcv. Joseph Loriniorc (Stephen Orattan), village pastor, finds a corner without the knnwlcilci' nf hull ! Iiv, He hcch till- lllllc fcllinv �illii>;ii reall7,lnK lh:il if i� his m (k'Isii! in,' I lie l.-i inHnediatdy talcn with ih. clioruh Hiiil later finds that ii tiii-ini. rlcal Iw i. r and takinK niollier and bativ lia' u lo bis liinrt "Till' .MarriaRc Q\iestii)ii' uill he Ibr .Majfstii- next .\Ir)nila.\ .iiiil - (lay, Apiil L'2n(l and lllti'il. Simh yn on sale Saturday. AT STARLAND KIkIc KiMKU'dn. liie aoti'il Hl.nr. vvh,, __________ - , . has ilesi'iti'd tii.- i-tage and i'^ aiiiii/^ foundling on the stcpH of liis church. ! before the ( ariura for Arti raft, cannot and the townspeople siorn his Inter- complain of siirfiriUK from eniiu). ax est in the child, who kiows up to be jIk' has experlitK id some strcnii'iiis a charming young wonmn Tlii^ Is at ,' nuiinen'm In ilic .short lime she has thn Orpheum. Alno Charlie Chaidln i hcen doinK lilin work ' In The Kis li is no exaijKeratInn In �av Ilia'' il.'' rli:tr;H!er- fame t n life. tf)V the' (lirecn.r h.is lii'i'.l ilw;n bn.lily frmn I stiii> anil pi;' llie livml, (,f ' ;'iin tlicMii, l'"i'ii(. ri. ], Ward"^ s i'ltei-j ;ir,'I.! I idli nl' t le inle of tile \'i('tr i ' line nf llii; lie t iiits- of ;iitinK rei enl-i. '.een nil llie sil'.'n. It is all ^lii n ci'lier clianiiiiiK phn'oplav-. llie \ew 'Siirl. Ilei-ald said; I, Is practically iinpns.-iihli' to :iiiil .1 Iriilll in tile piesr.iitiitioil nf Olivei-I eWii.-'nil h's claHsir." AT THE EMPRESS "ALADDIN AND HIS LAMP" AT THE EMPRESS advent of this clerk a previously per fed office mechanism ha.n, clear, amoothen and beautify the skin. Any druggist will supply three ounces uf orchard white at very little cost and the grocer has the lemons.- Advertisement. al correspondence between himself and W. F. O'Connor, which led to the resignation of the latter as commissioner of cost of living. auff Net Paid On April �, Mr. O'Connor In replying to the minister's letter of April .'i, accepting hia reaifnation (already published) aaya in part: "I am just In receipt of your letter of 5th instant, acknowledging and accepting my reatgnatlon from your service. I am Borry to recelva it. It was my earneat desire that my withdrawal from such service, which withdrawal was l>ound to occasion much pliblic commant, should seem to have come about under circumatances which would enable you to put a good foot forward. !�. was better as t thought I should to a reasonable extent suffer injuntlce and miaunder-Bta>eins pressed by the suit of the Magician she decides upon (he very womanly meth.id it encupinc the betrothal which the uhdeslrable suitor geeks. The Prineeaa goes out riding one day on a camel and when passing by the shop in whli!h Aladdin is working her slipper tails off and oK- to the street. The boy picks it un and gives it to her. This i� the beginning of the acquaintance. The Magi(4an, howevei*. sees this act and knowing that the boy Is "pure of heart" dei^lMto use him to get hold of the wonderful lamp which he knows ia bidden in a sreat cave that is controlled by a genie. AT THE MAJERTIC The atLraction at the Majestic Theatre for tonight and Wednesday night is Hall Caine's greatest plot "The Christian " This was offered for the first time here last night at the Majestic to a well pleased audience. The stellar roles are taken by the famous duo, Earlo Williams, who plays the part "of John Storm, and Edith Storey, who is seen as Glory Quayle. "The Christian " Is a powerful dramatic attraction and makes a visit to the theatre well worth while. Pathe-Thanhouser attraction at Stnr-land tomorrow and Thursday, the following criticisms from the New York press are interesting: A special committee of the National Board of Review reported on the picture as follows; "Entertainment value , excellent; educational value, good; dramatic action, well sustained; acting, excellent; photography, fine; technical handling, good; scenic settings, especially harmonious and exceptionally accurate; and moral effect, excellent." The picture made a great hit at the Rialto Theatre, New York City, and was characterized by the New York I Globe as "'of a iiuallty even superior to the Rlalto'k accustomed standard." "It proved a splendid Investment," said S. L. Rothapte), managing director of the theatre. "'The picture has made new friends for the Rialtor' The New York dramatic critics were unanimous Jn their praise. The New York Tribune said: Diseased Skin Freedom at once from the accny of skin diseaae. The sootblnc waah o( oils. Try D. D. D.-Ifa different.-J. 1). HIgiabotham ft Co., Ltd., drucglata. -Advertisement. D. D. D. WEHAVEAFEW Staude Mak-a-Tractors FOR SALE AT $200eaeh Ordm Nuit Bt AccobpmM will^ DipMiL Lethbridge Moton Limited Bl.BV�NTH tTIIBBT MUTM that 1 know better how to conduct the technical operations upon which 1 have been engaged than do yop. i knew that your course would-ruin the section of your department that was in ray charge. Mr, Imiay (Mr, O'Connor's assistant) knew It too. Self-preservation itsdlt made my reslgnaticn necessary, and in resigning, as yon state, I but exercised my right and that is all thei^ remains to say of it, except that whenever the government ia prepared to take up this buslneas under proper conditions and with both hands under a system of govern-n�ent enforcement, 1 expect to ha on hand to resume operations under better conditions." Mr. Crothera' Reply Mr. Crothers replying on April 16, said in opening: In your letter of resignation you stated that It was to take eftact Immediately and later therein you wrote (among other things), 'I thanV yon tor unfailing support until thia occasion. It I did not deem the situation one which demands the action which I am taking. I would remember'auch unfailing support as a reaaon for over-looking your one failure.' But now you deem It prudent to send me typdwrtt-ten material apreadlng over tour pages of large size foolscap In an attempt to ahow that the facts and circumstances did not warrant your former letter. I'have neither time, deatra nor intent to follow you through your wandering in this latter letter, eoo-alatlng almoat entirely of rumora and inaccuracy of statement, but I may b� permitted to direct your atteation to tlia facts reapectlng one or two poalttona in the hope of eoBTlnplnr you that you were aerloualy mlaln formed respecting them." -dOB* and daddad hy thoaa who hava a rlcht to do and to doelde-a right gifted to tham b| your owBaatf." Rev. Odoiva Scott, for over M year* m ABfllleaa tUrgfvmn 1� Um>, Toronto dlooaao, la daad. ABV NEEDED IN "THE MARRIAGE QUESTION" "The Marriage Question" requires that a baby appena. fn one act. It is out of nhe qiiestloo to carry u baby with the show so the company gets a kiddle in every city to appear. The part is not very important. All that the baby is requtl^ed to do is to look pleasant, it sita in a baby carriage while the pla/ers make over it. The initial appearance on the stage of a Lethbridge (local) baby la atrakening much Interest, for the shoW claims that it seeks the cutest and prettiest baby and that this appearance might possibly mark the beginning of a career of a Mary Pickford or a BilUe Burke. in "The^ Marrlace Question" the hus band and v/lfe are aepai^ed and baby ODSsmsasof ARPHEUM I � TONIOHT III v AND TOMORROW ** Charlie Chaplin "EasyStreet" Virginia Peanon IN "A TORTURED HEART" The dramatic story of a woman's struggle for happiness. :::::::: Written and Directed by W. S. Davis. , Christian' With a wonderful mst including EarleWittiams anti Edith Storey Prices - - - 50c, 35c, 25c LAST TIMES TONIOHT ELSIE FERGUSON IN THE RISE OF JENNIE CUSHING ALSO "Down by the Sea" CHRISTIE COMEDY Doreen White CHARMING LITTLE TEN-YEAR-OLO MEZZO SOPRANO IN SONG Fine for TsflEy �Bd Fudie. Sold in 2,5,1�, 20 Ui.tiasaadPerfeet laal Quart Jara. Write for frea t Cook Book., MONTOgaL. " WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY PATHE PRESENTS THE EMINENT ENGLISH ACTOR frederickwarde; The PMPRESC JLdi Tonight Only the picture bkautipul Age-old Fairy Tale on tlte Screen-Seeing This Picture is Like Rubbing Wishing L^tmp. It Brings Houra of Rnjoyment. wILlIAM pox IMIItCNTB pox kiddies in ALAPDIN and the Wonderful Lamp IflYBTIIIV.IIOMANei^'rHNILLi-BLiMBBD por vou�0 .9 V and old. ^ ^ tanbaro picturm-IIOHT wondbrpul acts , AIM AKct HtwWCtMitdy/'Sli* Dill Hit Bil" mh> ALICB MaKBNBIB in thj vbbv i.ATBBT ^IQNOB bvbn REELS, ALSO DORFEN WHITE onqb and good comedy, continuoub IfVnbU^ ffgUIB PERTORMANCE PROM 2.00 TO 11.00 P.M. AOMIBBION^ADULTS 2S CENTB~CHILDREN 10 CENTS.. FlUDAY AND SATURDAY THB BIO BiVBN.|IBBL BPBOIAL "THE njm "Ths epollant"..*!!!) "Tho Barrlar.' MAJESTIC I TWO NIGHTS ONLY � Next Mod. Tvet. April 22ni23rd BO. W. ROWLAND OPPBRB �^1% A THE BTORV Marriage. Question A Piny Th|t You Cnn Tnkp V�ir ir, Wife ar haart ts Bm. Thay Will Ba Bm�> fIttaB. i By Ralph t. KalMHne tm* iMi^' PrkHlJ IIOVINO _^>OtUW| 2 ;